Subscribe Now! Don't Miss Anything We Post. Join Our Email List Today.

A Healthy Meal and Snack Day For A Toddler

Wondering what a healthy food day looks like for a toddler? Wonder no more…

Meal and Snack Ideas For Toddler


This post contains what type of foods to offer your child, plus drink and snack ideas. A whole and fabulous list of meal ideas for little hands and little bodies too!


By age two, your child should be eating three healthy meals a day, plus one or two snacks. ~HealthyChildren

toddler meal plan


A resource that shares how the nutritional needs of a toddler differs from that of older children. This link contains posts on everything from food combining to meal planning!


All you need is a few minutes to prepare these healthy snacks!

toddler with a watermelon



From ethnic dishes with mild seasons to classics, you can cook all kinds of meals and start introducing your toddler to new things! Recipes for great dips for veggies and fruits too!

Don’t forget to search Pinterest for Ideas too! Toddler Meals 

10 easy meals



Freelance Blogger at
Lori Hil is a freelance blogger and content curator with an AAS in Early Childhood Education. She now gets to combine her love of writing and teaching through the written word. You can find her all around the web, but especially enjoying the freelance life at
Email this to someoneShare on Facebook0Share on Google+0Tweet about this on TwitterPin on Pinterest0Share on Reddit0

Add a Comment

Suggested Post
No Dinner, But Wants A Snack? Get Your Kids To Eat Dinner…
No Dinner, But Wants A Snack? Get Your Kids To Eat Dinner…

Will not eat dinner? You know how it goes... Your child refuses to eat dinner, but is hungry later and comes back wanting a snack. How do you get your child to eat actual meal? Sitting down at the dinner table can be challenging for little ones. Super Nanny to the rescue! How To Get A Stubborn Child To Eat Dinner - Supernanny US [embed][/embed] Try Timeout for dinner time meltdowns Explain why time-out is happening Give a hug once child has calmed and time-out is finished Return child to table for another round This may continue for a bit, but with some consistency, these spells should cut down drastically. Tell child how much he or she must eat "When your child is a reluctant eater, it's so important as parents that you give clear realistic expectations." You must keep returning your child to the table so he or she knows...

Powered By Continuous Engagement Plugin